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As important as what's here are the convenient modes of transportation to and from this transforming community. In addition to access to major roadways and a straight shot to Logan Airport via the Mass Pike, Boston Landing provides multiple ways to get around the city.
Convenient access includes:
The close proximity of Boston Landing to downtown Boston makes it easy to make an all-in-one weekend of it. You can go from hotel to sports-complex-event to Back Bay, and back, all by train.
Boston Landing will include a newly constructed rail station. The platform will be located adjacent to Boston Landing and will span to the Everett Street Bridge.
The Hubway system represents former Mayor Tom Menino's commitment to bike sharing throughout metropolitan Boston with over 600 bicycles, more than 3,600 annual members, and 60 stations and growing. Boston Landing is currently home to a Hubway station.
Hubway's simple rent-and-ride stations will also enhance recreation and transportation for Boston Landing.
At the corner of the NB Fitness Club on Guest Street there is an MBTA bus stop that travels directly to downtown Boston.
Tenants, commuters and visitors will enjoy dedicated parking for the sports center, offices and the hotel. Retailers and shoppers will have access to parallel parking along Guest Street.
Tenants are able to conveniently access Boston Landing via morning and evening shuttle buses to and from the Harvard Red Line T stop and the Kenmore Green Line T stop. The current schedule is listed in the Tenant Information Manual.
Boston Landing is working on enhancing the pedestrian friendliness of streets and intersections to make efficient crosswalks and make the Charles River more accessible.